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Chief John Brunious And His Mahogany Hall Stompers - Bye And Bye flac album

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Performer: Chief John Brunious And His Mahogany Hall Stompers
Title: Bye And Bye
Released: 1987
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.8 ✦
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The '504' Story - Lagniappe 1949-2000.

American trumpet player, also known as John "Pickey" Brunious, Sr, and "Chief John". Birth: Oct. 17, 1920 Death: May 7, 1976. He is also the father of Wendell Brunious. In Groups: Chief John Brunious And His Mahogany Hall Stompers, Paul Barbarin And His Jazz Band, Paul Barbarin And His Orchestra. Variations: Viewing All John Brunious  . Chief John Brunious And His Mahogany Hall Stompers - Bye And Bye ‎(CD).

Hot Sausage Rag. Chief John Brunious and his Mahogany Hall Stompers – тема. Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises. Hot Sausage Rag · Chief John Brunious · Chief John Brunious' Mahagony Hall Stompers. Bye & Bye. ℗ 2010 504 Records. Released on: 2010-01-10.

Bye and Bye. album: Bye & Bye. Up a Lazy River. Bagatelle. Shine Blues. Clarinet Marmalade. 12th Street Rag. Who's Sorry Now.

play all. start radio. Chief John Brunious' Mahagony Hall Stompers.

Brunious sang in Chief John and the Mahogany Hall Stompers in the 1960s, a group in which his father was also a member. He began on trumpet at age 11 and played at Paul Barbarin's funeral. He studied at Southern University (where he played with Danny Barker) and played dance music in clubs on Bourbon Street in the middle of the 1970s. Wendell Brunious, Evan Christopher, and Don Vappie perform at the Public Domain Project Jazz at the Mint in New Orleans in May 2018

1 Clarinet Marmalade. 3 Dwight Breaux Blues. 4. That Old Green River Guest, Vocals – Wendell Brunious. 5 Hot Sausage Rag. 6 12th Steet Rag. 7 Bye And Bye. 8. Who's Sorry Now Clarinet, Vocals – Paul 'Polo' Barnes. 11 Just A Little While To Stay Here.

Mahogany Hall Stompers. George Lewis And His New Orleans Stompers, 1998. George Lewis - Mahogany Hall Stomp 03:46. George Lewis, New Orleans Stompers - Mahogany Hall Stomp 03:45. All songs from George Lewis And His New Orleans Stompers. Steve Pistorius - 'Taint No Sin, 1991. The Dixie Stompers - Mahogany Hall Stomp 02:36 When Jazz Was King. Chief John Brunious and his Mahogany Hall Stompers - Alabama Jubilee 03:30 The '504' Story - Lagniappe 1949-2000. George Lewis Ragtime Band (New Orleans Stompers) - Mahogany Hall Stomp 03:45 George Lewis Walking With The King. Wendell Brunious, Evan Christopher, and Don Vappie perform at the Public Domain Project Jazz at the Mint in New Orleans in May 2018  . Lonzo has played and recorded with such notables as Alvin Alcorn, Doc Cheatham, Evan Christopher, Lars Edegran, Bob French, Wynton Marsalis, Teddy Riley, Dr. Michael White, Wendell Brunious and Sammy Rimington. In New Orleans, he regularly plays at such venues as Donna's, the Palm Court Jazz Cafe, and Preservation Hall.

Tracklist

A1 Clarinet Marmalade
A2 Bagatelle
A3 Dwight Breaux Blues
A4 That Old Green River
A5 Hot Sausage Rag
B1 Bye And Bye
B2 Shine Blues
B3 Who's Sorry Now
B4 Up A Lazy River
B5 Just A Little While To Stay Here

Notes

Recorded New Orleans October 18, 1964